Clodagh McKenna (aka the Irish Rachael Ray) Shares Her St. Patrick's Day Eats
These three Irish staples are just what your St. Patrick's Day needs.
You might already have your St. Patrick's Day traditions (anyone else drink green milk as a kid?), but Irish chef, restaurateur, and cookbook author Clodagh McKenna's three favorite St. Patrick's Day products are straight from Ireland. You can't get more legit than that! She shares her leprechaun-approved eats below.
Related Recipe: Try Clodagh McKenna's Irish Soda Bread
Kilbeggan Organic Porridge Oats
Creamy quick-cooking oats with a history: The Lalor family has been making it for five generations. $9 for 35 ounces, foodireland.com
Folláin Rhubarb & Ginger Jam
This sweet-tart jam is great for breakfast. Or try it on your next grilled cheese (with Irish cheddar, of course). $8 for 13 ounces, igourmet.com
Barry’s Tea Gold Blend
Founded in 1901, Barry's has lots of fans in Ireland—and beyond. Gold Blend is a favorite with a robust but smooth flavor. $7 for 80 bags, foodireland.com
Clodagh McKenna's Apple-Cinnamon Porridge with Rhubarb Jam
For a St. Patrick's Day breakfast you'll want to make all year (and you totally can!), try Clodagh's apple-cinnamony porridge with a rhubarb twist. Get the recipe here.